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[2006-06-06]

Project Constellation






Project Constellation !!
終於有名la!!
重返月球,又踏出一步~


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[2006-06-04]

BBC Space Race






今日行街見到好野~
BBC 的 Space Race !!
好正!!
內容容後再報導~~



[2006-06-04]

Ray Davis (1914 - 2006)


Ray Davis

(1914 - 2006)


Raymond Davis Jr.
2002 年諾貝爾物理學得獎者
因中微子天文學的貢獻而得獎
2006年6月2日於家中離世



[2006-06-02]

The Falcon Has Landed


 

Clicked 了入去 sciencemag.org

見到今期Science的cover banner

呆左10秒

真的...


Hayabusa at
Asteroid Itokawa
 

日本的游隼號到小行星系川一事
我的確是知道
也見過它成為不少雜誌的cover story
但我依然懷疑它究竟是否真正成功著陸

之前一直覺得因為是日本的產物而非美國的任務
所以覺得它的失敗是日本的技術未精
雖然不排除一部份是事實
但看見系川那小行星的形狀
也不得不明白為何登陸如此一顆「花生」多麼困難

我遺忘了它也是一項太空任務
早晚都會成為Science的一期Special Issue

或許就是這原因吧


 

"The Falcon Has Landed"
Special Session
Introduction 的 Title

有一點點 touch
因為這句說話
因為係Science上的這句說話
我知道
Hayabusa has landed...

加埋張相
突然間感受到landing一刻的感覺
人類又創造了歷史


Introduction

Perspective

Reports
 


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[2006-06-01]

Maybe Einstein Goofed


 

Lecture Series: Perspectives on the Origin of the Universe
This series of talks will introduce audiences to current progress on our understanding of the universe. Six renowned physicists and mathematicians will participate in the event. The talks by Dr Michael Kwok-Yee Wong, Dr Tian-Wen Chen and Prof Henry Tye are designed for a general audience with secondary-school-level knowledge of physics and mathematics. A stronger physics or mathematics background would be recommended for the other talks.

 

 
   
Maybe Einstein Goofed
Prof Robert B Laughlin, 1998 Nobel Prize in Physics (KAIST and Stanford University)
4.00–5.30 pm, 2 June (Friday), Padma and Hari Harilela Lecture Theater (LTC), HKUST
(Language: English)
 

Prof Robert B Laughlin is a Condensed Matter theorist who is an 'outsider' to the fields of Cosmology and High Energy Physics. He will show us how to challenge an existing paradigm in a well-established field in physics. This is perhaps not unusual for Prof Laughlin. His theory of the Fractional Quantum Hall Effect was considered a major challenge to the formerly prevailing paradigm of Condensed Matter physics. His theory led him to the 1998 Nobel Prize and has reshaped the field ever since.

Abstract:
Einstein's general theory of relativity predicts the existence of black holes, strange spherical objects that eat all light and matter than goes into them. In this talk Prof Laughlin will explore the possibility that this prediction is false and the cosmological you would look for to find out. The way it might happen is that the principle of relativity doesn't work on extremely small length scales because it is "emergent". Prof Laughlin will explain what "emergent" means and give a few examples from table-top physics. This observation identifies a key flaw in theories of the universe based on superstrings.

 
 

All are welcome. No registration required.

 

 


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急報...
突然間多左個 talk


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